We, as developers, need resources when it comes to learning a new skill or technology. To complicate matters, each of us employ different techniques to learn. Some developers, for example, prefer to immediately get their hands dirty by writing "hello, world". Others prefer a more traditional approach; learning in a more structured manner, seeing the underlying concepts before the code. As for myself, I've found that sheer brute force is my preferred approach. It usually takes a number of hours, banging my head on the wall until a concept finally sinks in:
But, I digress.
A few weeks ago, we lauched the
Kendo UI Dojo
; an interactive environment designed to help you get up and running with Kendo UI quickly, no downloads needed. So far, it's been quite popular with helping developers to better understand what Kendo UI is and how it works.
We've worked incredibly hard
at building and maintaining the
learning resources you need to be successful with Kendo UI
. Some examples include this blog,
our new documentation site
(available on GitHub at
), or the Kendo UI Dojo
. Until recently, one of the challenges we had faced was providing an online set of screencasts to help developers walk step-by-step through the fundamentals of application development with Kendo UI.
Folks who know me are well aware of my love for
published a course last month featuring Kendo UI! His course, Introduction To Kendo UI
features nearly 2.5 hours of Kendo UI goodness
, covering widgets, the Kendo UI framework, Kendo UI Web, Kendo UI DataViz, Kendo UI Mobile, and Kendo UI Complete for ASP.NET MVC. Here's a description of the course:
Here's an excerpt from Keith's course entitled, "En-Gauge Your Users with Kendo UI" where he provides a quick overview of building an application that features the
Kendo UI DataViz
It's an excellent course and one that I'd recommend watching. Of course, you'll have to pay for a subscription but trust me, it's really worth it. Note: They also have free, trials that - in the words of Pluralsight - give you "access to the whole enchilada for 10 days." Courses like these will help short-circuit the time necessary to understand Kendo UI (along with other topics as well).
Check it out!